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Textile exports - a key to reduce poverty among rural communities

Updated : October 2020

Stakeholders

  • Entrepreneurs
  • International policy makers
  • National and regional policy makers
  • Retailers or wholesalers
  • Textile industry sustainability professionals

This article stresses the need for textile exports to enable countries to reduce poverty among the textile communities.

It refers to the report of the World Bank on The Promise and Peril of Post-MFA Apparel Production, and states that apparel production between countries has resulted in mixed results in wages and poverty reduction across the developing world. It highlights both the positive and negative impacts experienced by various countries and the reasons behind the same.

The article concludes that policies are a key to improve competitiveness and workforce programs and increasing textile exports would enable countries to reduce poverty among textile communities.


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Topics

Textile export opportunities for poverty reduction

Workforce programs in textiles

Competitive strategies for rural textile employment

Textile export policies for poverty reduction

Textile exports for economic development

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Geography
| India
Year

2012

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